Keep in touch cards

Papercraft Inspirations - - OCCASIONS - De­signed by Sue Hughes

These makes are the per­fect way to con­nect with old friends…

Ba­sic card kit, plus * Die-Nam­ics Cir­cle STAX – set 1, from Dies to Die For * Wood­ware Clear Magic Sin­gles stamp set – Lit­tle Mes­sages

* Ver­samark Water­mark & Em­boss­ing stamp pad, from Sir Stam­palot * Lawn Fawn die set – Stitched Scal­loped Bor­ders * My Fa­vorite Things Premium Dye Ink Cubes (set of four), from Seven Hills Crafts * Sun­burst stamp set, from Clearly Be­sot­ted Stamps * Rib­bon * Gem­stones * White em­boss­ing pow­der 1 Cover an A6 card blank with red card. Shape the longer edges of a 14.5x10cm piece of blue card with a scal­loped border die and at­tach to the card front. 2 Trim a 14x9cm piece of white card. Use red ink to stamp three larger ‘Sun­burst’ cir­cles, use grey ink for the mid­dle sec­tion, blue ink for the next layer, and fin­ish with red ink for the cen­tre. 3 Stamp smaller cir­cles in be­tween the larger ones, as shown. Place a die so that it slightly over­laps the left edge of the stamped panel and cut out an aper­ture. 4 Wrap red rib­bon around the stamped panel about 2cm up from the bot­tom edge and se­cure with knot on the front. Af­fix to the base with foam pads. 5 Cut a cir­cle from red card slightly smaller than the aper­ture. Stamp a greet­ing with Ver­samark ink and heat em­boss with white pow­der. Se­cure in­side the aper­ture with foam pads.

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